Question: Does dyspraxia affect lifespan?

Dyspraxia is a form of developmental coordination disorder and affects people across the lifespan. Poor physical skills are the main feature of the condition, but dyspraxia can also affect speech, organisation, planning and time management.

Can you live a normal life with dyspraxia?

There is no cure for dyspraxia but there are therapies that can help with daily living, such as: occupational therapy – to help you find practical ways to remain independent and manage everyday tasks such as writing or preparing food.

Does dyslexia shorten life span?

While dyslexic children do not merely outgrow their early learning problems, many do overcome them. Thus, the specific symptoms or problems identified early in life may no longer exist in adulthood, and therefore would not be measurable.

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